A closer look at the support characters (in the comics and in the film) and the actors who portray them. This supplement also explores Director Scott Derrickson's work and the qualities he brought to the film.
A detailed examination of the film's costumes: construction, functionality, and staying true to the characters. It also covers set design and construction, shooting in key locations, the film's scope, filming locations, and more.
A core and broad examination of the story, cast, shooting locations and sets, and crafting action, moving on to more closely cover the character's history, crafting the car crash, and Cumberbatch's preparations for the role.
Before Neo and Morpheus became a household name and an annual Halloween costume, this Mtv original movie special was the first of it's kind paving the way for hundreds of half assed ... See full summary »
This short explains the six infinity stones that are at the heart of the Marvel cinematic universe. "Age of Ultron" executive producer Jeremy Latcham talks about how the stones were adapted from the comics to film.
Fight choreography, the blend of styles, movement art, wire work, the blend of practical and digital effects, recreating the comics' textural richness, crafting key elements, and more. Doctor Strange: Across Time and Space is a very fun and well educated as well also documentary that lasts about 13 minutes with taking viewers and fans of the movie or the character as a whole behind the scenes and also showcasing the elements of the practical but also digital effects as well also so i think people will definitely enjoy it in the very much end of it all as well too.
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